101st Remembrance Day Hunter Valley 2019

101st Remembrance Day will mark 101 years since the the armistice treaty was signed which brought an end to the fighting of the first world war on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.

The First World War officially ended with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919.

Remembrance Day services around the Hunter Valley


Remembrance Day will be held at the Cessnock War Memorial (Next to the Tafe Grounds) it is advised to arrive early due to roadworks in the area or walk if possible. Please arrive by 10:30am

Kurri Kurri

Remembrance Day will be held at Rotary park in Kurri Kurri if driving to its recommended to arrive early to find suitable parking near the event. Please arrive by 10:30am


Remembrance Day will be held at Weston’s memorial park (including a flypast by the RAAF’s No 76 Squadron at 10.55am) and the Greta rotunda (a combined service with the Branxton RSL Sub-branch). Please arrive by 10:30am


Remembrance Day will be held at the Krarsley’s public school. Please arrive by 10:30am

unveiling of a restored World War I honour roll

Kurri Kurri will be unveiling a restored World World War Honour Roll at Kurri Kurri Public School on Friday

Maud Butler mural

 Maud Butler mural to be officially revealed at the Kurri library on Monday.